2009 Edublog Awards

The Edublog awards celebrate edubloggers, twitterers, podcasters, video makers, online communities, wiki hosts and other web based users of educational technology. They are voted on by and for the community. My nominations are limited because I find I’m reading fewer and fewer blogs. If I can subscribe via email, blogs get my attention. If not, I might glance at my rss feeds in iGoogle, chances are not so much any more. Am going to put…

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e-Sofa for Education.au Estate

In creating assets for Education.au’s virtual world activities, copyright is always front of mind for me. Over the years, any virtual world texture that has been released with open permissions has been recycled and re-used so often that it’s almost impossible to know where it originated and who owns the copyright.  Are patterns in rugs or carpets copyright? What about plaids? (Burberry seems to think so.) I know material patterns can be, so taking a…

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